Category Archives: Gardening

July

Hot, hot, hot – it was hot this weekend. There were no outside activities except for watering and picking raspberries. There was a lot of keeping the shades drawn and finding inside projects to keep busy. Thursday night I did … Continue reading

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Home on the range

All I did was glance out the bathroom window while brushing my teeth, and who did I see enjoying a snack in the back yard – a groundhog. Now I’ve got a groundhog? Is Mother Nature kidding me? There isn’t a … Continue reading

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Guess who’s coming to dinner

I heard through the deer vine, the woman who lives here has three Hosta beds just ripe for the snacking. They are in different parts of the property so she couldn’t possibly see all three from her windows? Right? It’s … Continue reading

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News and Weather

I woke up, made some Peets coffee, and watched the local news and weather while scrolling on the net. After seeing who killed who, how many arson fires were set, the number of politicians in the state looking for votes … Continue reading

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Flowers everywhere

Happy Monday! The sun is shining, the humidity is moderate, and the flowers are blooming. I’ve weeded, moved a dozen plants or so, trimmed some lilacs and boxwoods, and I didn’t have to water because it rained yesterday. The Azaleas … Continue reading

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One note

I’ve been singing one note lately – gardening. 😎 I won’t put you to sleep by detailing what I’ve been doing. Let’s just say I’ve been catching up on weeding, pruning, planting containers, and, of course, moving plants around because … Continue reading

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Gardening Hack

The life of a gardener is not all pretty flowers and vegetable plants overflowing with produce. There are the plants themselves, soil, bugs, critters, weather – you get the idea. There are challenges. I mentioned previously that our MG group … Continue reading

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